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Music Note Printable Digital Paper For Art Journals

Musical notation is at least as old as cuneiform, the system of writing used by the ancient peoples of the near middle east. As an art form, it is probably as old as storytelling or the cave paintings found in Lascaux. There is a beauty and complexity in today’s modern form of musical notation; one finds one’s self imagining the soaring melodies and the thrumming beats when looking at a piece of sheet music.

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☛ JPGs make it easy to adjust things like saturation and size in just about any photo editing software.

☛ These digital papers are 17 inch by 19.3 inch .jpgs, divided into 4 zip folders.

☛ Check and uncheck various checkboxes in your print dialog box to have the image fill whatever size paper you're using.

☛ This product is an instant download, no physical product will be sent. This gives you the freedom to experiment with the file until you get a print you love.

☛ Everyone's screens and printers are different, so actual printed colors will likely vary from the colors on your screen.

☛ Instantly delivered to your email, and avilable in your account here at RogueCrusade.com

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☛ Designed by Jess Thompson, our resident graphic designer, ship captain, and make-things-aholic with an art degree.

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Lots of Ways To Use: ☛ Glue directly to your surface and paint right over for unique backgrounds
☛ Use a Blender Marker or CitraSolv to transfer portions to your surface
☛ Use Decopage Medium to transfer portions to your surfaces
☛ Use for chains & wreaths for vintage-themed decor
☛ Use for Origami and other Paper Folding
☛ Rip, Cut & Glue your art journals & smashbooks
☛ Die-cut shapes for interesting embellishments in scrapbooking
☛ Glue to Cardstock & cut for lovely dividers in your planners
☛ Use as Covers for your DIY Midori Inserts
☛ Just frame the thing
If you mess up once, it's okay. Just print and try again. Make messes!




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